Aktywna polityka na rynku pracy w województwie łódzkim w latach 1990-1997
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Studies of the active labour market policy are an important element of knowledge about counteracting of unemployment. They are more and more frequently undertaken in different administrative provinces of Poland and their findings are expected to create an objective picture of real activities of the State in the labour market. The information presented in this article is an effect of questionnaire surveys carried out in the Lodz Administrative Province in the second half of 1998. The performed analysis indicates that no ready-made rules are available, which could be used by teams responsible for the labour market policy in a given area. In accordance with existing conditions there should be selected these instruments, which are the most effective and they should be changed along with changing conditions. It seems necessary today to increase funds earmarked for creation of new jobs, and the passive labour market policy should be restricted, because in most cases it is of emergency character.